How To find a good Internet Job Like freelancing

@misdss (472)
India
July 5, 2007 1:16pm CST
Hi all, Please tell me how can i find a good job on internet as freelancing or Survey which really pays the earnings. If you have any do tell me.
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@104090 (470)
• India
5 Jul 07
What you are doing now? You can not find better alternative to this ...... but i too waiting with you here to know something here
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@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
8 Jun 08
Hi, You can use Triond, Helium, Associated Content, ReviewStream, SponsoredReviews and so on. These are sites that offer writers to write articles and make money. I use Triond and make some money from it. It is a good site to join.
• Kuwait
3 Apr 08
i have other sites or magazine that accepts article by freelancers but things are kind different now,, they want to have it as by contract from the most famous writer so me too are so discourage.
@Terese (158)
• United States
30 Mar 08
HI misdss I have found several freelancing job postings on www.sohojobs.org. You will be applying directly to companies who hire people to work from home. It is a great place to look if you want to work from home and apply directly to the company who is hiring. I hope this helps you. I think you will find what you are looking for at sohojobs. Best to you~ Teri K (id:au8tkat) "working from home thanks to sohojobs.org"
• Philippines
5 Sep 07
THere are many scams around so be very careful when choosing your gigs online. I suggest you go to www.craigslist.com to be able to find a freelance job which is suitable for you. There are many categories there and you may choose for yourself what you want to see. If you have a friendster account, you may simply create an OLX log on. I get my freelance jobs from this two sites. Good luck.
@phon4u (2217)
• Laos
31 Aug 07
you can find and sign up at http://www.sneakindesign.com/register.php Or http://www.constant-content.com/area/registerauthor.htm Associal content is better but only for u.s citicents
@smenns (31)
• United States
11 Jul 07
Helium.com has a Marketplace feature where publishers will pay you to write articles on subjects they choose. Constant-content.com is also a good option for freelance writing opportunities.
@kelly60 (4550)
• United States
5 Jul 07
I write for Associated Content and although I have only published a few articles so far, I have been paid between $5-$8 each for them. You submit your article and wait for their offer. You can either accept or decline any offer. You can also choose whether to give them exclusive rights to your articles, or retain the rights in case you wish to later publish them elsewhere. I have heard of others who say that they sometimes sell the same articles more than once. Anyway, if you are interested, you can find my articles here: http://www.associatedcontent.com/user/47194/kelly60.html